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In its lede editorial Wednesday, The New York Times called upon Congress to amend the National Emergency Act to “erect a wall against any President, not just Mr. Trump, who insists on creating emergencies where none exist.”

Trump “took advantage” of a “loophole” in the NEA, said The Times, to declare “a crisis at the border, contrary to all evidence.”

The Times news desk, however, apparently failed to alert the editorial page on what the top story would be that day.

“Record Numbers Crossing to U.S., Deluging Agents” was the page-one headline. The Times quoted Kevin K. McAleenan, commissioner of Customs and Border Protection: “The system is well beyond capacity, and remains at the breaking point. … This is … a border security and a humanitarian crisis.”

Reporter Caitlin Dickerson explained what is behind CPB’s alarm: “The number of migrant families crossing the Southwest border has once again broken records, with unauthorized entries nearly double what they were a year ago.”

She continued, “More than 76,000 migrants crossed the border without authorization in February, an 11-year high … newcomers continue to arrive, sometimes by the busload, at the rate of 2,200 a day.”

Only if one believes in open borders is this not an emergency, not a crisis. Consider the budgetary impact alone of this invasion.

The majority of migrants breaching the border are from Mexico and Central and South America. Most do not read, write or speak our English language, are not college graduates and arrive with few skills.

Almost all will enter the half of the U.S. population that consumes more in social benefits during their lifetime than they will ever pay in taxes.

With the U.S. debt over 100 percent of gross domestic product and the deficit running at nearly 5 percent of GDP, at full employment, the burden the migrant millions are imposing upon our social welfare state will one day collapse the system. For these folks are coming to a country where education K-12 is free and where, if the Democrats take over, pre-K though college will be free.

These folks will be eligible for city, county, state and federal programs that provide free or subsidized food, rent, housing and health care.

All were enacted for the benefit of U.S. citizens. Uninvited, the Third World is coming to partake of and enjoy them.

With 328 million people here now, approaching twice the number as in 1960, how many more can we take in before government sinks under the weight of its beneficiaries?

And there is a larger issue.

If, as appears probable, President Trump is not going to be able to build his wall and all the security measures taken in this century have proved inadequate to stanch the invasion of America, how does the invasion end?

Or is this the endless invasion, where the future is decided on our 1,900-mile border with Mexico and we, as the last superpower, are a pitiful, helpless giant too morally paralyzed to stop it?

The resolution and determination of Third World peoples to come to America, even if they have to break our laws to get in and stay, is proven.

And if there is no matching national will to halt the invasion, and no truly effective means that would be acceptable to our elites, the migrants are never going to stop coming. And why should they?

Politically, this invasion means the inevitable death of the national Republican Party, as peoples of color, who vote 70-90 percent Democratic in presidential elections, become the new majority of 21st-century America.

The bell will toll for the Grand Old Party when Texas votes like California in some presidential election. That is game, set, match.

What is remarkable is how our cultural elites are giddily embracing what most of the advanced world is recoiling from.

ORDER IT NOW

The Times that berates Trump for trying to secure the border with his wall constantly bewails the rise of ethnic nationalism, populism, tribalism and “illiberal democracies” in Europe. But the rising “isms” of the new Europe are driven by popular fear and loathing of the very future The Times cannot wait to embrace.

Japan’s population of 127 million, the second oldest on Earth, has begun to shrink. But there seems to be no desire in Japan to import millions of East or South Asians or Africans to replace the vanishing Japanese.

Does China look upon its diversity as its greatest strength?

Hardly. Beijing is repopulating Tibet with Han Chinese, and has set up “re-education camps” to de-program Uighur Muslims and Kazakhs in the west so they sever their birth attachments to their ethnicity and faith and convert into good communists.

In the U.S., the ball is now in Trump’s court.

If he cannot get a Democratic House to fund his wall and the forces now on the border are being overwhelmed by the migrants, as CPB reports, how does he propose to halt the invasion?

And if he does not stop it, who will? And what does failure mean for America’s future as one nation and one people?

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

Copyright 2019 Creators.com.

 
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  1. Rational says:

    DEAR JUDAISTS, PLEASE STOP YOUR WAR ON THIS COUNTRY, PLEASE.

    I implore you, enough is enough.

    You have dumped over 50 million aliens here already, and have taken enough revenge for the holohoax and a host of other imaginary crimes, by exterminating this country.

    The NYT keeps on this propaganda, attacking patriots, but in Israel, they have walls everywhere, to keep Palis and Africans and other aliens out, even in the middle of the road:

    https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/01/10/585444/Israel-apartheid-road-wall-West-Bank-Quds

    Judaists have blood on their hands. Please, Judaists, please stop drinking the blood of our people and cutting our throats, through your alienism.

    Please stop your war on us, please. Enough is enough.

  2. Asagirian says: • Website

    No, and the Power is doing everything so that he can’t do anything about it.

    His main issue was immigration and borders. He talked so much about the Wall. So, wall isn’t just a wall but a trophy. If Trump gets it, he can show it off like a trophy. That’s why he can’t have the wall.

    And nothing will make his supporters feel betrayed than Trump cucking on immigration. And that’s why all the power will not allow him to do anything about immigration-invasion.

  3. SafeNow says:

    There will be no border-long barrier, and no e-verify enforcement. And, as William Buckley correctly said when reviewing “Camp of the Saints,” we would not shoot them or starve them. Thus, of course everyone is coming. And this will include flotillas from Africa. The future? Prominent columnists write the generality “this will not end well” – – too timid to give any specific “not ending well” scenarios. Being an anonymous nobody, I can be specific: The country’s future is to be a combination of South Africa, Brazil, Venezuela, and Mexico. Some States will opt for secession; the success of this depends upon where the military’s loyalty lies.

  4. Baxter says:

    It’s not now or never. It was now or 40 years ago. The invasion from the south is complete. There is no going back. Demographically, America was done a long time ago. Once Texas tips blue that’s all. So, adios America. I say, good riddance.

  5. There’s only one “invasion” that the president needs to stop Pat and you know it: the takeover of the Oval Office by lobbyists for alien countries.

    Stop wasting what’s left of your life trying to update and adapt your “Southern strategy” vainly trying to defend an indefensible who hoodwinked you.

  6. The ending of the border invasion has never been a matter of money or law. It’s been a matter of will. Two or three years back, we thought that we had someone to help carry out the will of the patriotic American population. It turns out that President Trump is either a retard or a coward.

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
  7. wesmouch says:

    Ann Coulter is right. The country is done for. The best conservatives can due is wage a guerrilla war against those that created this problem: the cheap labor lobby including the Koch brothers, the Chamber of Commerce, Jewish intellectuals. Cooperation, etc with the left fringes of the Democrats will be necessary as common ground can be found with these people.

    • Replies: @Art
  8. The report underlines the importance of the Administration treading carefully regards Venezuela, whatever side one takes on Nicolas Maduro and his regime. Chaos can have unpredicted consequences. There is a danger Washington could unleash a South American Spring; Pat Buchanan would agree on this. The Arab one was a disaster for the Middle East – and Europe. It could create a crisis for North America far greater – of biblical proportions – to the one being experienced now. Humanity is already teetering on the brink of a third world war.
    https://www.ghostsofhistory.wordpress.com/

  9. TTSSYF says:

    And when, in a few short decades (if even that long), we’ve become a “minority-majority” country, the new majority will be free to vote itself reparations, restitution of lands it believes was stolen from them, and on and on.

    This country committed two fatal errors (among others): 1) importing African slaves (and not repatriating them after the Civil War), and 2) changing the immigration laws in 1965. Regarding the latter, Lawrence Auster’s The Path to National Suicide, published in 1990, foretold it all. I lost all hope for this country when Obama was re-elected in 2012. Yes, I know Romney had his shortcomings, made all the more apparent since Trump was elected, but when given the choice between an intelligent, moderate, decent man who had been Governor of an important Northeastern state and was sucessful in business and in heading up the Olympics, etc., and the feckless, morally-preening, divisive, hypocritical, and overly-lying Obama — well, that told me all I needed to know about where this country is heading. Trump is merely the last gasp, I fear, of this once-great country with his MAGA slogan. He may be re-elected, but it will still be the involuntary muscle contractions of a corpse.

  10. TTSSYF says:

    I essentially gave up on this country when Obama was re-elected. Trump’s election and presidency is merely the involuntary muscle contractions of a corpse. In a few short decades, whites will be the minority, and the new majority will be free to vote itself reparations, restitution of lands they believe were stolen from them, etc. That’s assuming, of course, that we don’t have a financial collapse or other catastrophic event that puts us on a course more like Venezuela’s.

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
  11. TG says:

    CAN Trump stop the invasion?

    Wrong question.

    WILL Trump stop the invasion?

    Answer: No.

    The rich have one God, and it is the quick and easy profits that come from ever cheaper labor. If those invaders on our southern border threatened the profits or comforts of the rich, they would be machine gunned en masse believe it. But they promise cheap labor and more profits from jamming in more consumers, so the border is open.

    In the long run this will threaten the stability of our country, but the rich, while completely powerful, only think short term. The profits of cheap labor are today – the possibility of serious social unrest is years or decades away, maybe.

    We should replace that disgusting homage to cheap labor currently defacing the statue of liberty with a new plaque:

    CHEAP LABOR UBER ALLES

    • Replies: @Rex Little
    , @peterAUS
  12. JWR says:

    There is a solution to eliminating, or at least substantially reducing, the “invasion” of non-whites into America and Europe: stop destabilizing the world! Stop your meddling in Latin America and the Caribbean. Don’t destroy countries such as Iraq which had no WMDs or affiliation with al Qaida. If not for Iraq (and Syria), there would be no migrant crises in Europe. With regard to the ME, call out the Israeli firsters in Congress and the media who have goaded the most powerful nation on earth to pursue policies that are contrary to true national interests.

    • Replies: @Anthony Aaron
  13. JC says:

    if the dam USA would stop its imperial wars on these central American countries those people wouldn’t be flooding north…what have you got to say about Venezuela PAT…ok for the USA to rape that country too…the media sure thinks so

  14. It is pretty obvious why Japan doesn’t bring in aliens to replace the population or why China doesn’t believe diversity is their greatest strength because there are not many Jews in either of those countries. Plus, those countries are not white so Jews have no hostility towards them like Jews do white majority countries.

  15. @Rational

    BOOOO NYT SUCKS WIND.
    never buy this FISH WRAPPER YELLOW RAG!!
    wasted 3 years and no wall as US CITIZENS perish.

  16. Art says:

    Can Trump Stop the Invasion?

    Trump cannot stop anything – he has managed to piss off most everyone. His presidency is over!

    It is not his policies – it is his demeanor – it is how he treats people – friend and foe alike. His endless trashing of people has caught up to him.

    Sorry – but he is fool.

    p.s. What is working? The economy is cresting, illegal immigration is building, infanticide is winning, the deficit and balance of payments are soaring, N Korea is thumbing its nose, Venezuela is resisting, Palestinian peace is a none starter, and Netanyahu is threatening Iran on the high seas.

    • Replies: @Art
  17. Big Yikes says:

    We’re suffering demographically because we’re not having kids, more than anything else. If the invasion stopped yesterday we’d still become a minority (at least until the Amish’s exponential growth reached critical mass).

    Invaders are leeching off of us like parasites. Stop providing for them, start emulating them. 10 years ago I would have gotten mad about my cousin being on food stamps, now I encourage it.

  18. Rurik says:

    What is remarkable is how our cultural elites are giddily embracing what most of the advanced world is recoiling from.

    our (((cultural elites))) are giddily..

  19. Jason Liu says:

    Not likely. Banking on one president to change all this is a deus ex machina style fantasy.

    The underlying problem is the culture (liberal pluralism seen as virtuous) and the system (presidential power limited by checks and balances). No one person can overturn this. It’ll take decades of cultural change and/or undermining the system before drastic action can be taken without opposition. Probably more, because the right sucks at culture war.

  20. It’s time for patriots to give up on Trump and seek GOP alternative for 2020. We need for someone like Kris Kobach to primary Trump/Pence out in 2020. Trump has completely gone against his two major campaign pledges that got him elected: no more wars, and no more immigration.

    Thanks to the Pence-Pompeo-Bolton axis of evil, his admin is talking up wars the world over, from Syria to Iran, Yemen, Ukraine, Russia, China, NKorea, Venezuela…these warmongering Ziocons just don’t know when to quit, there isn’t a country they don’t wish to bomb.

    Meanwhile, the border crisis is partially his doing. He completely caved by signing that toxic border bill put up by the Dems, which we knew was going to encourage more to come. Since going on TV to talk up the border wall, he has said publicly no less than 4 times that he wants to greatly expand legal immigration. What is the point of even attempting to close the back door when you are just going to leave the front door wide open? Every fucking Indian scammer is getting his fake resume together ready to jump on the first plane to America. If Indians are so capable, why is their country such a shithole?

    Trump has revealed to the world who he really is, an unprincipled buffoon, habitual liar, conman and dumber than a box of rocks. Those who continue to support him are even dumber.

    • Replies: @densa
  21. densa says:
    @Trump needs to go

    Trump habitually says one thing, one day and changes it the next. But repetition indicates he believes his Chamber of Commerce Job Creator fantasy. His hands are tied. They are going to create so many jobs, what else can he do? This is going to MAGA. But how does having Chobani slave labor imported to Idaho create jobs for Americans? Tech jobs are so technical that only Indians can do them?

    If corporations need Mexican or Indian labor, they can build plants in Mexico or India. Anything they build here should benefit the American people. If they can’t manage that, get out.

    • Replies: @Trump needs to go
  22. nsa says:

    “Can Trump Stop the Invasion?”
    Trumpstein has stated many times recently that he wants to increase “legal” immigration to the greatest level ever. Get it Pat? Your hero is the enemy of all decent white people.

  23. ricpic says:

    Where’s the evidence that “the rest of the world recoils from what America’s elite welcomes?” If by the rest of the world Pat means Europe, is Great Britain recoiling from invasion? Germany? Sweden? France? For all practical purposes the West in toto is suicidal.

  24. @Asagirian

    you silly cuck:

    Trump never intended to secure the borders:

    except for June 2015-November 2016,

    Trump is a lifelong Jew York liberal democrat,

    and a cheap-labor loving plutocrat.

    you got played.

  25. @Asagirian

    The only things that might cause Trump to win re-election will be the democrats self-immolation over Death to Whitey and Reparations. Seems as if, by allowing AOC to be “in charge,” they are digging their own grave. In the end, though, I think cooler heads will prevail which could spell doom for Trump.

    No one believes Trump on the border anymore, or on his pledge to ban Birthright Citizenship – at least forcing it into the courts. He had two years of GOP control and didn’t do shite. With his worn out antics, he’s become a caricature of himself. And he’s obviously much more concerned for the Jews (who will vote 75% against him regardless), than he is for his MAGA white base. Conditions get more and more ripe for civil unrest by the day.

    • Replies: @lavoisier
  26. @TTSSYF

    “in a few short decades…”

    no, those are jew.gov #’s;

    like all such, they are lies.

    given the current kosher Culture of Death-engineered collapse of the White birthrate,

    and the Trump-accelerated insourcing of legal/illegal shitskins,

    Whites in ‘Murka will be a minority no later than 2030.

  27. @Achmed E. Newman

    no,

    Trump is neither retard nor coward.

    he is a consummate con artist.

    you, and every other White who voted for him

    got played.

    all the warning signs were there, particularly

    his Ritual of Submission marriage of daughter to Wall St. (((Bankster))),

    but you ignored them.

    sucker

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  28. @densa

    If corporations need Mexican or Indian labor, they can build plants in Mexico or India. Anything they build here should benefit the American people. If they can’t manage that, get out.

    Couldn’t agree more. If Amazon could split its HQ between the two coasts, proving that a distributed workforce is no longer a problem, why can’t all other companies do the same, and have multiple large offices all over the world? Meanwhile we are having unprecedented homeless crisis in the west coast. Wherever the tech industry goes, homelessness, high immigration and out-of-control development follow. Bill Gates needs to move Microsoft to Bangalore, along with his entire family, and his stupid Libtard Central Gates Foundation, move them all to India or Africa. America will be better off without these treasonous rat globalists.

  29. @SafeNow

    Regarding secession, perhaps true patriots should consider Alaska. Not being part of the lower 48, and separated by hundreds of miles, a secure border wall could be built there. Due to the cold and dark winters, I doubt if too many Central Americans and blacks would want to come. And, so I’ve heard, many native Alaskans wish that they’d never been made a state in the first place. And they have guns. The economy would boom as long as they could still sell oil. Indeed, Alaska, and maybe parts of the Yukon was well, could be the last stand for Whitey.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  30. All any President has to do is enforce the current immigration laws. Business needs cheap ignorant labor, though, so no President since Reagan has enforced the law.
    Another thought, to wall off Texas from Mexico the barrier has to be built outside of the Rio Grande floodplain. The border is the middle of the river, so hundreds of square miles of Texas becomes no man’s land. Migrants are going to flood this area because all they have to do to make an asylum claim is touch U.S. soil. Dang, we need a wall to protect the wall.
    There’s an old saying, part of which is, ‘some sink, some swim, and some go in boats.’ Looking at a couple hundred miles of lightly populated Texas coast you can bet the smugglers will soon be going in boats.
    I don’t care if there is a wall or not, or even if the Federal Government is happy to cede the Rio Grande and part of Texas to Mexico. Just don’t —- down my back and tell me it’s raining.

  31. Art says:
    @wesmouch

    Ann Coulter is right. The country is done for.

    She bites her tongue on a certain subject.

    That subject is the very most important subject that America faces.

    Hmm – what would I do in her situation?

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
  32. TTSSYF says:
    @follyofwar

    Interesting comment. Worth considering. I’ve been saying we ought to self-sort into Red states, but I like your suggestion even better.

  33. Haxo Angmark: “Trump is neither retard nor coward.

    he is a consummate con artist.

    you, and every other White who voted for him

    got played. ”

    Yep, the thing about Trump is that he understands politics is theater. On various right-wing boards, I tried to tell people this, but I was shouted down. You know what? He never intended to build any wall. It was all bullshit right from the beginning. He played the suckers on the right like a violin, and Pat Buchanan, even though he should know better, is evidently no exception. His article above, “Can Trump Stop the Invasion?”, shows him still to be under the delusion that this is actually even a goal of the Con-man in Chief. But … but … “He’s better than the alternative!” That’s what they said last time, and it’s already becoming the rallying cry for 2020.

    • Agree: Haxo Angmark
  34. Art says:
    @Art

    It is not his policies – it is his demeanor – it is how he treats people – friend and foe alike. His endless trashing of people has caught up to him.

    Another good man bites the dust!

    White House Communications Director Bill Shine Resigns

    White House Communications Director Bill Shine resigned from his position Thursday night and will serve as a senior adviser on the president’s re-election campaign.

    Shine offered his resignation on Thursday night and President Donald Trump accepted, according to a statement released Friday from the White House. The resignation came as a shock to many, as Shine was generally not expected to leave the White House.

    …. …. ….

    Two sources familiar with the situation told The Daily Caller that Trump blamed Shine for not providing him with more positive media coverage in recent months and that the two had especially sparred in recent weeks.

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/03/08/white-house-communications-bill-shine-resigns/

    Hmm — will America want four more years of this?

  35. When greed is God
    the soul sells cheap.
    When people are sod,
    Satan stands to reap.

  36. @TG

    I don’t know why anyone still thinks that Trump wants to “stop the invasion”, or ever did. Surely his businesses benefit from cheap labor as much as any others.

    He does want to build the wall, because it will fire up his base and make them think that something is being done about immigration (even as “refugees” keep pouring in and chain migration continues apace). Besides, it would be a nice boondoggle for the construction industry, where I’m sure he has plenty of friends.

  37. @Rational

    You think begging them for mercy is going to stop them?

    They see your begging with contempt. They deride the weak, and hate the strong.

    • Agree: jacques sheete
  38. @SafeNow

    The country’s future is to be a combination of South Africa, Brazil, Venezuela, and Mexico

    That’s assuming the majority of immigrants are Mestizos or Indios.

    Once the true open borders get going (2020 or 2024), the Africans will start flooding in. At this point, Rhodesia might be a more likely scenario.

    We also have a dynamic we’ve never seen before – Indian and Asian immigration. How will this play out? Nobody knows.

    Ugly, ugly times ahead.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @anonymous
  39. swamped says:

    “The New York Times called upon Congress to amend the National Emergency Act to ‘erect a wall against any President, not just Mr. Trump, who insists on creating emergencies where none exist.’” Any President, not just Mr. Trump? Then why didn’t the muckraking NYT call on Congress to erect a wall against Mr. obama when he was firing off his thirteen National Emergency orders? Of course, they will tell you that was different but it’s been clear from the start that President Trump’s hometown newspaper doesn’t treat him like Obama or just “any President”. The NYT & the rest of the fake news fraternity want to “erect a wall” around Mr. Trump any way they can; the National Emergency order refusal is just another in a long list of tactics to do just that.With the support of Rand Paul & few other Republican turncoats, Congress may very well be able to stop such an executive order(s) but probably won’t have enough votes to override a presidential veto.
    “The resolution and determination of Third World peoples to come to America, even if they have to break our laws to get in and stay, is proven”. And the resolution and determination of President Trump to build a wall to stop them is just as proven. And ditto the resolution and determination of the NYT & the rest of the multiculturalist media to stop him stopping them. So”In the U.S., the ball is now in Trump’s court”…but will likely end up in the court’s court.
    So you’re either for the President and the Wall & stopping illegal immigration on this one or you’re against him and against the Wall & stopping illegal immigration.There’s no third choice. The lines are pretty starkly drawn now. Lose this and you lose the immigration war – and you lose your country.

  40. Hail says: • Website

    Ann Coulter @AnnCoulter

    Proposed topic for next week’s [Pat Buchanan] column: Does Trump Want to Stop the Invasion?

  41. Corvinus says:
    @SafeNow

    “The country’s future is to be a combination of South Africa, Brazil, Venezuela, and Mexico.”

    That is Chicken Little logic.

    “Some States will opt for secession; the success of this depends upon where the military’s loyalty lies.”

    Highly doubtful. That requires armchair warriors to actually take up arms. Besides, if this “invasion” is already occurring at a rapid pace, why are people waiting to secede? Is not the time now when you still have a chance to “win”?

  42. Corvinus says:
    @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    “We also have a dynamic we’ve never seen before – Indian and Asian immigration. How will this play out? Nobody knows.”

    Actually, we have seen this dynamic before, when Southern and Eastern Europeans inundated our shores at the expense of WASPs from 1880-1920.

  43. TTSSYF says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    What were we supposed to do? Nominate Jeb? Vote for Hillary? Stay home?

    A lot of us voted for him with eyes wide open. Should we have posted a disclaimer on our backs after emerging from the voting booth, saying “I know he’s a con man, but at least he’s saying all the right things and I really had no alternative”?

    If nothing else, he’s put in at least one solid conservative and one likely moderate on the SC, gotten us out of the Iran deal and Paris climate change accord, and appears to be putting in some good judges on the lower courts. Trump may be nothing more than a one-term catalyst for the next guy…Kris Kobach, or maybe a badass, like Eric Prince.

    In the meantime, please spell out exactly how you think 2016 should have played out, rather than just informing all of us that we were played. We need to know what to do in 2020.

    • Agree: densa
    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @Haxo Angmark
  44. anon[341] • Disclaimer says:

    “Actually, we have seen this dynamic before, when Southern and Eastern Europeans inundated our shores at the expense of WASPs from 1880-1920.”

    We have seen no such dynamic. Those were all EUROPEANS, WASP or not. The vast majority of these invaders are non-Europeans who block vote based on racial allegiance with zero hope of ever changing that, something that will ultimately lead to racial fragmentation and perhaps even dissolution of the country. We have seen that dynamic before: Lebanon, Syria, and a multitude of other failed states.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  45. anon[302] • Disclaimer says:

    ‘That is Chicken Little logic.”

    Tell that to Syria circa 2006:

    >”Hey, things aren’t looking so great. I wonder if events might take a turn for the worse in the future.”
    >”That is Chicken Little logic.”

    It doesn’t take a genius to extrapolate a trend.

    “Highly doubtful. That requires armchair warriors to actually take up arms. Besides, if this “invasion” is already occurring at a rapid pace, why are people waiting to secede? Is not the time now when you still have a chance to “win”?”

    True. That’s why I support getting the ball moving now. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to get others to speak of it. I think they are still too attached to the old ways – the old symbols and old dogmas, too deluded with boomercon ideas of “Making America Great Again” when America hasn’t been that great in a really long time, certainly not for people like us. But then again, the guy did bring it up…so, maybe there is hope after all. Just being willing to bring it up could conjure it into existence at some point in the near future. Here’s to hoping.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @peterAUS
  46. anon[417] • Disclaimer says:

    “If nothing else, he’s put in at least one solid conservative and one likely moderate on the SC, gotten us out of the Iran deal and Paris climate change accord, and appears to be putting in some good judges on the lower courts.”

    All of those things are fairly trivial in the long-term, and all can be reversed by Kamala Harris after the 2020 election. Further, there is nothing setting a limit on SC justices. In theory, the democrats could pack the court as soon as 2021 and overturn every restriction on their power. With no republicans winning majorities in congress again – a distinct possibility – there will be nothing stopping them.

    “Trump may be nothing more than a one-term catalyst for the next guy…Kris Kobach, or maybe a badass, like Eric Prince.”

    I wouldn’t count on it. Kobach got destroyed in a Red State and the demographics are moving so fast that no republican can be elected after 2020. Trump was your last shot. The writing is so on the wall now that they are seriously considering once insane things like racial thefts in the guise of reparations.

    “We need to know what to do in 2020.”

    Goad Trump into bringing up the idea of secession on election night when he loses; his ego might just allow it. Worst case scenario: the deep state cools its heels on repression once it sees that people are now taking the issue seriously. Best case scenario: you get your own country where you make all the rules. Just bringing up the idea will advantage you. You guys need to start thinking outside the box because you’re not going to vote your way out of this. The system is too broken, too corrupt, and too slow to action to be fixed at the ballot box through traditional means.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    , @peterAUS
  47. anonymous[389] • Disclaimer says:
    @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    Ugly, ugly times ahead.

    The uglier the better for AmeriKKKa or Britain or any other whitey imperialists, who define heights of greed and psychopathy.

    You reap what you sow in other lands, as you most rightly should… godless pagan racist lowlife.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
  48. TTSSYF says:
    @anon

    Since you keep saying, “You…” and “You guys…”, I assume that means you don’t live in the U.S. (either that, or you’ve already managed to drop out to some extent). Where do you live, and what is the situation there?

  49. APilgrim says:

    President Trump & Texas Governor Abbott will hold the line across the Lone Star State.

    New Mexico, Arizona? They are teetering on the brink of the abyss.

    Caleeforneea is overrun, fall back to Nevada & Oregon!

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
  50. peterAUS says:
    @TG

    The rich have one God, and it is the quick and easy profits that come from ever cheaper labor.

    In the long run this will threaten the stability of our country, but the rich, while completely powerful, only think short term. The profits of cheap labor are today – the possibility of serious social unrest is years or decades away, maybe.

    Yep.

  51. Corvinus says:
    @anon

    “We have seen no such dynamic. Those were all EUROPEANS, WASP or not.”

    WASPs had no use for Southern and Eastern European peoples. They were alien. They were degenerate. They also engaged in “block voting” based on ethnic allegiance that ultimately led to the loss of WASP control.

    We have seen this dynamic before, much to your chagrin. It just happened to be among Europeans.

  52. Corvinus says:
    @anon

    “Tell that to Syria circa 2006”

    Except the United States is not Syria.

    “It doesn’t take a genius to extrapolate a trend.”

    You mean hypothesizing.

    “That’s why I support getting the ball moving now.”

    Which entails exactly what? Are you ready to take the lead here?

    “when America hasn’t been that great in a really long time”

    That is an opinion, not a fact.

    “certainly not for people like us.”

    So who is this “us”?

  53. peterAUS says:
    @TTSSYF

    We need to know what to do in 2020.

    It’s much worse than that.

    My take: whatever you do in 2020 won’t make any difference. Yes, “you”, because “we” of the same, say, “type”, all over the world know that all hinges on “you”. “You” think “we”‘d be paying attention to all this had it been happening in Paraguay?
    “You” not only lead all of “us”, but enforce the same way over “us”. Or, better, the will of those in power there.”Your” elections are more important to “ours”, “we” have no illusions there.

    When all this keeps happening after 2020 then, perhaps, “you” will, hopefully, start really thinking about all this.

    We’ll see.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  54. peterAUS says:
    @anon

    I think they are still too attached to the old ways – the old symbols and old dogmas, too deluded with boomercon ideas of “Making America Great Again” when America hasn’t been that great in a really long time, certainly not for people like us. But then again, the guy did bring it up…so, maybe there is hope after all. Just being willing to bring it up could conjure it into existence at some point in the near future. Here’s to hoping.

    Yep.

  55. peterAUS says:
    @anon

    An excellent comment.

    Especially:

    …the demographics are moving so fast that no republican can be elected after 2020. Trump was your last shot. The writing is so on the wall now that they are seriously considering once insane things like racial thefts in the guise of reparations.

    And even more so:

    Goad Trump into bringing up the idea of secession on election night when he loses; his ego might just allow it. Worst case scenario: the deep state cools its heels on repression once it sees that people are now taking the issue seriously. Best case scenario: you get your own country where you make all the rules. Just bringing up the idea will advantage you. You guys need to start thinking outside the box because you’re not going to vote your way out of this. The system is too broken, too corrupt, and too slow to action to be fixed at the ballot box through traditional means.

    The best paragraph I’ve seen on this site for a while.

    Thank you, “anon[417]”.

  56. Art says:

    Trump is having troubles because he is making mistakes. Here are three.

    Hiring Bolton – Bolton has a big belligerent war mouth – he goes 100% against Trump’s 2016 election rhetoric. This is a glaring problem.

    The wall. Trump made a sworn enemy of Pelosi when he embarrassed her and Schumer in that WH meeting with the TV cameras on. Mr. Make-a-Deal, killed the deal. Pelosi said 1 dollar. He killed any hope of Dem cooperation on a wall. He screwed up another campaign promise.

    N Korea. He was riding high with N Korea – that was a total winner for him. Then he miscalculated and went to Vietnam – and it all turn to you know what. He misjudged the situation and screwed up a good thing.

    All these things were Trump’s personal unforced errors. They had nothing to do with the media hating him.

    • Replies: @Art
  57. @JWR

    And, in the immediate post-9/11 milieu, just where did the US get the idea of WMDs in Iraq? From the mossad — and it’s supposed ‘intelligence’. israel and the jews wanted the US to go to war on their behalf — to have OUR people put their resources and their lives on the line for them — as they feel that is our place in the scheme of things — to serve them.

    • Replies: @Art
  58. Art says:
    @Anthony Aaron

    And, in the immediate post-9/11 milieu, just where did the US get the idea of WMDs in Iraq?

    It is more than valid question to ask about 9/11 itself.

    What did Jews have to do with 9/11 besides putting a target on America’s back because of our gross mistreatment of the Palestinians?

    There is a reckoning coming.

    Think Peace — Art

  59. @anonymous

    Hahaha.

    Well, as we’re going down, at least it will be fun to watch your kind (subcontinentals) begging for daddy India to let them back in. This new America will not be kind to you either, likely less so than NH whites.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  60. TTSSYF says:
    @peterAUS

    Some of “us” currently are doing all we can, short of bloodshed or getting fired from our jobs and becoming destitute. How about if everyone who reads this starts supporting Jared Taylor and American Renaissance? You can begin by buying his latest book, If We Do Nothing, which Amazon refuses to sell but which can be purchased for $22 from the AmRen website, and/or by attending the AmRen conference scheduled for mid-May near Nashville. Is AmRen perfect? No, but what is? Taylor is a highly intelligent, calm, witty, and eloquent spokesman for the rights of white people, and I think he and AmRen are as good a place to start as any. If Taylor’s support grows, the media-political complex won’t be able to ignore it and shut him out as they currently do.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  61. KenH says:

    The tweeter in Chief is only half serious about stopping the illegal invasion but like all cucks just falls all over himself when the subject of legal immigration arises and has now done a 180 and wants to increase H1B visas and give them a pathway to citizenship…. a double whammy So the man that idiot leftists claim is a white supremacist and neo-knotsy sympathizer is now aiding and abetting the (((forces))) that are waging demographic warfare against his voting base.

    Trump has done some good things but is failing pretty bad on instituting pro-American immigration reforms which means slamming the door shut against Latin America and the rest of the third world. He told us he was the best negotiator that every existed but has pretty much been owned by RINO Paul Ryan, letting him dictate legislative priorities for the first two years of his presidency and now by Pelosi and Chuck U Schumer. He led us to believe that be could bend the establishment to his will, but they’ve bent him to theirs.

    At this point someone would need to pay me to read The Art of the Deal.

    • Agree: densa
  62. peterAUS says:
    @TTSSYF

    Some of “us” currently are doing all we can, short of bloodshed or getting fired from our jobs and becoming destitute.

    Not………….quite.
    You are NOT thinking outside of the box as “anon[417]” suggested and the word “self-determination”, let alone “secession” is, still, a taboo for you guys.

    Not only you don’t think about it; you shout down anyone suggesting it.

    How about if everyone who reads this starts supporting Jared Taylor and American
    You can begin by buying his latest book, If We Do Nothing, which Amazon refuses to sell but which can be purchased for $22 from the AmRen website, and/or by attending the AmRen conference scheduled for mid-May near Nashville. Is AmRen perfect? No, but what is? Taylor is a highly intelligent, calm, witty, and eloquent spokesman for the rights of white people, and I think he and AmRen are as good a place to start as any. If Taylor’s support grows, the media-political complex won’t be able to ignore it and shut him out as they currently do.

    No. TIME.
    While you, we, are reading all that we aren’t thinking alternatives and their NUMBERS are going up.

    You can begin with assembling a team of SMART guys (twice smarter than you and trice smarter than I am) and task them with brainstorming “self-determination”. Produce a ……book. Could even be fiction. Publish it, on Dark Web if necessary.
    Start………the……….idea………….rolling…………

    And, just to make clear: in all my time on this very Website I’ve “felt” FIVE guys, tops, who could be in that team. And, not one of them competent enough to contribute to ,say,”self-defense” aspect of that endeavor. I know something about the topic and my type could be an assistant of an assistant for that person…..
    Make of that what you will.

  63. TTSSYF says:

    Wrong! I suggested secession in 2008 ago over drinks with co-workers and vendors, when Obama was first running for office. One person became white-hot with anger (even though he said he was voting for McCain, so we would have “balanced” government), telling me through clinched teeth, “You know, of course, that that is highly illegal and unconstitutional” — my replies were to no avail, and he has never spoken to me since), and I also have suggested it since on a variety of occasions. In fact, that’s my preferred outcome — an amical secession, just like an amical divorce. I’ve quoted that Dave Mason song many a time on this website: “…there’s only you and me, and we just disagree”.

    Short of secession, I have suggested, multiple times on this website and elsewhere, self-sorting into Red states and making them even Redder and inhospitable to Lefties (I live by example, having built a second home in a Red state, in a wooded area on a very large lake and with a well, which will eventually be my primary residence). I don’t shout anyone down who suggests secession — I just don’t like it when people slam those of us who are essentially on their side; e.g., taunting us for having been “conned” by Trump. Short of the drastic and confrontational measure of pushing for secession (or perhaps, while we’re gearing up for it), I continue to suggest self-sorting into Red states and supporting an excellent spokesman, Jared Taylor, his organization, and his website.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  64. @Rational

    I can literally see the American Indians saying the same thing! Just substitute Judaists with Pale Face. But what you are going through pales in comparison, the Indians were being murdered. Their lands were also being taken away at the same time Soldiers were bayonetting their babies. But they were savages, godless, nothing like the cultured civilized Anglo Saxon Protestant people.

    You people are the vampires and monsters that invaded virgin untapped land with plenty of water, lumber and minerals. Like a swarm of locust you moved through the countryside devouring everything in site. You murder whole nations of Indian’s Apache, Comanche, Crow, etc. too many to remember. When you ran out of land to plunder, you set your sight on your southern neighbor, Mexico. Having just finished their long war against the Spanish Empire for Independence, the battered nation looked like good pickings to the hungry parasite. How quickly they forgot that Mexicans from Texas send herds of cattle north to help feed the American Army. That the Spanish/Mexican Navy blocked the British from entering through New Orleans and kept them from attacking the Americans from behind. How Mexico loaned the Americans Mexican Gold Pesos to buy what they needed to fight the British.

    How did the new American Republic pay them back, it wasn’t with money, because they never paid their loans or cattle. No, they paid them back with first taking Florida and the southern states from Spain, then the same way they stole Spanish lands, by immigrating using Spanish Land Grants and then revolting and requesting American Troops. That’s how they did it, they not only stole land, they made sure they hurt the people so bad…they would sign whatever document was put in front of them. They fired cannons for days into every larger city, killing everything in it before they marched in and took over. The Hillbillys from Tennesee (Volunteers) then raped and murdered their way into Haciendas to loot their valuables.

    President Polk wanted Mexico to sign what is now their northern States when they signed the Treaty of Hidalgo. The Parasites were not satisfied with Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, California and Nevada. As part of the deal Mexicans that had property or lived on those lands would become US citizens and they and their property would be protected by the Laws of the US. As soon as the “White Anglo Saxon” people got news of the war ending it took no time for these Parasites to swarm down and devour the new lands. They began with threats, then lynchings and down right just taken these peoples property. I can say this because my mom’s great great grandfather holds a Mexican Land Grant for 4,500 acres of land in Nueces County. The owner from the King Ranch sent the Texas Rangers to go and threaten this old man and forced him to move his stuff south of the Rio Grand.

    So don’t fucking cry to the Jews about your immigration problem…before you people stole the lands, broke the Treaties and murdered the real owners, people moved between what is now the border. During the 1920’s the US also deported hundreds of thousands of Mexicans, just put them in trains and sent them to Mexico. Amecican Citizens, Legal or Illegal it didn’t matter. They did it again in the 50’s mass deportations without being able to get anything. Homes, cars, bank acounts, etc. all left for someone to take. This doesn’t even include the times US corporations moved in and started taking the oil, gold and other minerals. They are still here, like uninvited drunk guests!

    So go cry on someone else’s shoulder, you can go Fuck youself! Just so you know, Trump is allowing DHS Busses to bring in those people on the low down. You people and the Central Americans are being played. Like Drugs the US government traffics people too.

    https://www.prisonplanet.com/dhs-to-pay-for-illegal-immigrants-to-be-escorted-into-u-s.html

    I really believe the wall is for you, and the young Immigrants being imported by Trump are going to be on standby to replace the Americans sent to FEMA. The US economy and dollar has to collapse time. It’s going to get ugly for you. What goes around, comes around..

  65. The Collective obeys the will of Landru.
    The Body shall not contradict Lord Landru.
    Festival begins joyously at sundown;
    Progressives’ red and green flag over the town.

  66. @TTSSYF

    WHOAAA! Kris Kobach! Eric Prince! Aunt Jemimah!

    I’ll make it simple for ‘ya:

    if Hiligula had won in 2016, she would have thrown a wet blanket over the hardLeft and vastly energized the White Right…instead, we got Trump doing precisely the opposite. And then doing a 180 on every populist promise he made to the White voters who elected him.

    2020?

    STOP VOTING!. Do…you…not…understand…that…every…vote…you…cast…validates…the…entire…(((system)))…that…is…destroying…us?

    on election day 2020: go to the gun store…shooting range…or sharpen some other useful skill, learn bicycle repair, potato-digging, identify edible mushrooms…at this point,

    we are rapidly running out of demographic time;

    do not waste the little time left to us by voting for the ((System))).

    • Agree: bluedog
    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    , @Corvinus
  67. @APilgrim

    open-borders liberal democrat Trump and Christian Zionist clown Abbott

    aren’t holding any “line” in Tejas:

    the counties along the Trump-vaporized border are already under Mex/cartel control.

    a big town like Amarillo…in the NORTH panhandle…already 60% mex.

    Tejas.

    most of you don’t have a clue how rapidly

    Whites are running out of demographic time

    in Jew-ruled ‘Murka.

  68. @Art

    in fact,

    Coulter has tweeted the “J” word a few times

    and in a not entirely adorative manner. But,

    were she to go further,

    it would endanger her multi-million dollar Jew York book-publishing contract.

  69. TTSSYF says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    So who did you vote for in 2016? Hillary? Or did you abstain as you now say we should in 2020?

  70. TTSSYF says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    I took it to be more a plaintive cry from the heart among empathetic readers than anything he actually would say out loud.

  71. peterAUS says:
    @TTSSYF

    Wrong! I suggested secession in 2008….
    ….In fact, that’s my preferred outcome — an amical secession, just like an amical divorce….
    …I don’t shout anyone down who suggests secession…

    O.K.

    Short of the drastic and confrontational measure of pushing for secession (or perhaps, while we’re gearing up for it), I continue to suggest self-sorting into Red states and supporting an excellent spokesman, Jared Taylor, his organization, and his website.

    Drastic and confrontational? My point exactly.

    Nothing will, really, change until the mindset changes from that “Drastic and confrontational” into “worth considering”. The Taboo. The emotional block.

    You guys do what you think it’s right. Free will etc.

    I, personally, continue to suggest: do a FEASIBILITY STUDY. If you can, that is, for any reason imaginable.
    My take: sooner or later you….”we”…will do it.

    Sooner it’s done higher the chance is for success. TIME/demographics.
    Because there will come a point of time when doing it won’t make any difference. Just ask South Africans.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  72. lavoisier says: • Website
    @follyofwar

    Conditions get more and more ripe for civil unrest by the day.

    Basically that is the endgame. Police state and gated communities or the historic American nation wakes up and starts to take their country back.

    Financial collapse will hasten the denouement.

  73. @Asagirian

    This is how Trump is playing this.

    Politicians understand if you fix the mob’s (mass of people, not the mafia) problem, the mob will present new demands to fix another problem. It’s a never ending thing with the mob.

    Politicians understand if they don’t fix the issue, they can continue to use the issue to whip up the mob and use the mob’s anger towards getting re-elected. What else can the mob do? Drop the one pretending to work towards solving the issue or dump him/her and join the side creating the issue or hope for the best with the one claiming to want to solve the problem?

    Every article screaming “emergency at the border” is thought by Trump’s handlers to be beneficial to him. Why stop the emergency if the emergency helps you. A bad Netflix series about crime families in Italy recently showed something similar to this with the refugee crisis. I apologize for not having a better reference.

    That is how Trump is playing this.

  74. Why would Trump want to stop the “invasion”? Trump loves cheap labor, he is a capitalist, and like all capitalists, he loves cheap labor. Those Latinos are great hotel room cleaners, just ask him.

    Capitalism NEEDS constant supply of cheap labor to survive. Pretty obvious isn’t it? Can’t have unlimited growth and higher profits without constantly cutting costs, labor is biggest cost, so illegal immigration and H1B’s is the name of the game folks.

    By the way, its not an “invasion” when the “invaders” are invited here by the Capitalists that employ them, like Trump.

    Plus all the taxpayer provided food stamps the kiddies get will be spent at capitalist owned stores like Wal-Mart, another win for capitalism!

    Pat is smarter than he acts, he know this. Be sure to watch Fox News tonight, you’ll feel much better after all the gas-lighting.

  75. Anonymous[846] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump signed the first awful budget bill (no wall funding) and said, “Ryan lied to me.”

    Trump signed the most recent terrible budget bill and said, “McConnell tricked me.”

    Trump cannot be that stupid, so I have to conclude that he’s a lying POS.

    Ann Coulter is right. American is over. We are doomed.

    Seriously. I have lost all hope at this point.

    • Agree: SeekerofthePresence
    • Replies: @KenH
  76. anon[130] • Disclaimer says:

    “Police state and gated communities or the historic American nation wakes up and starts to take their country back.”

    Pretty much. Look to South Africa if you want to see your future. The privileged white upperclass will live in mansions surrounded by gates and an expensive security detail while poor whites live in the dirt suffering oppression.

  77. anon[104] • Disclaimer says:

    “Nothing will, really, change until the mindset changes from that “Drastic and confrontational” into “worth considering”. The Taboo. The emotional block.”

    True. I think we can make that change just by getting people to talk about it openly, even if they disagree with it. Making this an option to realistically consider could suddenly will it into existence.

    “Jared Taylor”

    Don’t hate the guy, but don’t really think he is leadership material either. He’s made a series of strategic mistakes (IQ nationalism) that have proved unpopular and made him a pariah. It would be more effective to goad some Southerner into becoming a separatist based on Southern ethnic affiliation over pure “white” separatism; that might follow afterwards once the ball gets rolling. Maybe South Carolina separates and tacitly becomes a free state for our people to move to.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  78. anon[104] • Disclaimer says:

    ” did you abstain as you now say we should in 2020?”

    Sitting out the election in a public protest might not be such a bad option. Trump is going to lose anyway, so why not try to delegitimize the election in the process? This might get the ball rolling on other options down the road like a better candidate, GOP primary purges, or separatism. Besides, that’s what Trump himself wanted to do back when he thought he was going to lose. His backup plan was to say Hillary stole the election even though he knew it wasn’t true. God, I love that man despite him turning out to be a total failure. Lol.

  79. anon[123] • Disclaimer says:

    “telling me through clinched teeth, “You know, of course, that that is highly illegal and unconstitutional”

    So was the revolutionary war. Personally, my loyalty to my people’s freedom and liberty exceeds my loyalty to any piece of paper. And that’s what the constitution is. It’s not a religious document handed down by God. It’s not from the Bible or the Torah. It’s a flawed piece of paper with ink on it that had to be amended multiple times because it was filled with errors. You’re loyal to that? I’m loyal to my people and my rights – my right to have a safe space away from my oppressors. That is what this country used to embody, a pioneer spirit where people could move vast distances and leave each other alone to enjoy their respective freedoms free from oppression. That isn’t true anymore in this era of mass media ownership concentration, social media, and government sponsored oppression from groups like the SPLC and Chase bank.

    Listing out all the potential benefits of having your own dedicated safe space, otherwise known as a country, against the current situation, and I cannot see any advantage to maintaining the current arraignment. How could anyone else? Of course, you could indeed make a list against the option. But when you write out the two lists, examine the two. One will be mainly a few vacations option perks and not being called names. Ask yourself, is that what you’re really loyal to? If so, don’t bother with ever singing that national anthem farce again…land of the free and home of the brave, what a joke.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @TTSSYF
  80. Anon[439] • Disclaimer says:

    “Except the United States is not Syria.”

    Magic dirt, eh? Don’t be obtuse. The Roman Empire wasn’t literally same as the Persian Empire, but there were obvious parallels between the two worthy of study. Likewise, the US isn’t literally Syria, but both countries have large and growing racial/ethnic/social imbalances amid increasing division and animus. In that light, it doesn’t make much sense to increase it, but that’s what your side is doing anyway.

    “You mean hypothesizing.”

    Semantics.

    “Which entails exactly what? Are you ready to take the lead here?”

    Sure. But you have to get people talking about it first. Otherwise, it’s just AstroTurf. I need to see that people are taking the suggestion seriously so that I can then swoop down and exploit an organic phenomenon. Making one guy the face early on before any thought is put into the issue would be a mistake as such a person would be quickly smeared and memory-holed as a lesson to the rest. Think the Tea Party. Ultimately, it was a failed enterprise, but it was a legitimate uprising at first, which is why it garnered so much support. Then, others infiltrated and took it over.

    “That is an opinion, not a fact.”

    It is an opinion that a great number of people currently hold. That is a fact.

    “So who is this “us”?”

    People like myself. Normal white males, the vast majority of which voted for Trump.

    “Dynamic”

    We’ve never seen a dynamic that could make Europeans an oppressed minority in the country they created. This is true despite your typical ignorance on the subject, and every other subject.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  81. Corvinus says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    “STOP VOTING!. Do…you…not…understand…that…every…vote…you…cast…validates…the…entire…(((system)))…that…is…destroying…us?”

    Assuming this system is destroying us.

    “on election day 2020: go to the gun store…shooting range…or sharpen some other useful skill, learn bicycle repair, potato-digging, identify edible mushrooms…at this point, we are rapidly running out of demographic time;”

    LOL, no, the last sand pebble hit the bottom of the hourglass, Chicken Little. So, what are you prepared to do other than complain on a blog?

    “Coulter has tweeted the “J” word a few times and in a not entirely adorative manner”

    Yet, you find yourself mesmerized, as shown on your website, to be in awe of Jewish boobies. Do you have mommy issues?

  82. TTSSYF says:
    @anon

    I think Taylor would have been made a pariah no matter what, merely by being an open advocate for whites. He isn’t a white separatist, except as might occur if people were allowed complete freedom of association.

    And so what if his talk about IQ nationalism isn’t popular? It’s time for this country to grow up and have some adult conversations about such things. I would also include Islam’s allowance for — even encouragement of — cousin marriage as something we need to face and talk about. It explains a lot.

  83. Corvinus says:
    @anon

    “It’s a flawed piece of paper with ink on it that had to be amended multiple times because it was filled with errors.”

    Actually, it is a quite remarkable document. It would be the flaws and errors made by people who interpret the amendments, not the Constitution itself. Besides, most Americans believe in it and the rule of law, even if our rights have been trampled upon people like yourself.

    “I’m loyal to my people and my rights – my right to have a safe space away from my oppressors.”

    Who are your people? What are your rights? Where do those rights come from? Who are your oppressors? You are being purposely vague here. Please clarify.

    “That is what this country used to embody, a pioneer spirit where people could move vast distances and leave each other alone to enjoy their respective freedoms free from oppression.”

    LOL. Our nation was built by settlers and immigrants who fought Indians, brought over African slaves, and had conflicts amongst themselves for gimmedats and free stuff, all while trying to “oppress” one another in the process.

    “If so, don’t bother with ever singing that national anthem farce again…land of the free and home of the brave, what a joke.”

    OK, armchair warrior, please outline in detail what is your solution. Furthermore, are you prepared to publicly advertise it, i.e. attaching your name to it?

  84. TTSSYF says:
    @anon

    I agree. Also, I’m not sure secession is illegal or unconstitutional. My understanding is that there is a legal means of doing so, but I need to research the topic.

  85. KenH says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    How quickly they forgot that Mexicans from Texas send herds of cattle north to help feed the American Army. That the Spanish/Mexican Navy……

    How quickly revanchist mestizos like you forget that the government of Mexico invited the Anglo-Saxons to settle in Texas to develop and homestead the vast empty spaces because the mestizos would not cross the Rio Grande due to the presence of fierce and brutal Comanches who struck terror in them. They didn’t descend on Texas “like a swarm of locusts.”

    The Anglo-Saxons, later known as Texicans, had the courage that the mestizos sorely lacked and bravely and steadily pushed back the frontiers of the comanche nation to the delight of the Mexican government. Essentially they were doing the jobs that Mexicans wouldn’t/couldn’t do.

    And how quickly you forgot that the Southwestern states that revanchist curs like you claim were “stolen” were actually bought and paid for to the tune of 15 million dollars which as a substantial sum in 1848.

    The Anglo settlers were probably guilty of not always adhering to Mexican laws, but they came to view the Mexican government as corrupt and oppressive and they felt that the spilling of much of their own blood in the settling of Texas entitled them to a measure of freedom and independence that Mexico was unwilling to grant.

    Mexicans and other Latin Americans in the U.S. have only partly assimilated and still speak their native language and create microcosms of Latin America wherever they settle in large numbers. They regularly flout our immigration and criminal laws and consume far more in government benefits and services than they pay in. They retain loyalty to the corrupt basket case nations whence they fled and routinely fly the gaudy flags of those nations in their communities.

    So you and the vast majority of Latin Americans residing in the U.S. have no valid claims on this territory and are deserving of mass deportation and a swift kick in your brown asses on your way out.

  86. Corvinus says:
    @Anon

    “Magic dirt, eh? Don’t be obtuse.”

    Don’t be dense. Our nation was built by the backs and sweat of a wide range of people.

    “Likewise, the US isn’t literally Syria, but both countries have large and growing racial/ethnic/social imbalances amid increasing division and animus.”

    Not even remotely close when it comes to “parallels”. You are really stretching the truth here.

    “Semantics.”

    Indeed, some antics on your part.

    “Sure. But you have to get people talking about it first. Otherwise, it’s just AstroTurf. I need to see that people are taking the suggestion seriously so that I can then swoop down and exploit an organic phenomenon.”

    LOL, you guys and your “perfect moments” .There has been constant talk. Now is the time for action. So what background and qualities do you have to “swoop down” and “exploit” this phenomenon and be the “face of the franchise”?

    “It is an opinion that a great number of people currently hold. That is a fact.”

    A fact that many people hold an opinion which may not necessarily be true.

    “People like myself. Normal white males, the vast majority of which voted for Trump.”

    You are going to have to define “normal” here.

    “We’ve never seen a dynamic that could make Europeans an oppressed minority in the country they created. This is true despite your typical ignorance on the subject, and every other subject.”

    The nation was created by way of jackbooting. Of course, the majority of the settlers and immigrants who originally came here were WASPs. The dynamic we have seen was when they diligently worked to make non-WASPS, their fellow Europeans, an oppressed minority, in a nation they had exploited. There had been a European pecking order that had to be maintained at all costs in America, so said the WASPs line of thinking. Perhaps you are on the bottom rung of that pecking order. The Mediterranean types are the worst lot.

  87. Pschaaaw Father Pat – of course trump can stop the “invasion”.

    All he has to do is yank jared’s security clearance and his spying for Israeli and Saudi infiltrators will come to an end.

    Don’t over-complicate things and exercise yourself with needless drama and red herrings old boy.

  88. KenH says:
    @Anonymous

    My bullshit detector is going off because Trump repeatedly fails us then paints himself as an unwitting victim of it all. If he’s constantly getting out maneuvered by swamp critters then we elected the wrong guy. Either that or he’s only feigning opposition to swamp and his appearance of fighting is just vaudeville for us flyover rubes.

    • Agree: densa
  89. anon[408] • Disclaimer says:

    “Don’t be dense. Our nation was built by the backs and sweat of a wide range of people.”

    Don’t be thick. Almost all of those people were white Europeans. “Wide range”, lol. Why did I expect an intelligent response from a guy who quotes Starship Troopers and hilariously claims to be married with multiple kids?

    “Not even remotely close when it comes to “parallels”. You are really stretching the truth here.

    The parallels are obvious to those of us who read books.

    “Indeed, some antics on your part.”

    [Slow-clap]. Great comeback.

    “LOL, you guys and your “perfect moments” .There has been constant talk. Now is the time for action. So what background and qualities do you have to “swoop down” and “exploit” this phenomenon and be the “face of the franchise”?

    Ironic coming from an anonymous internet poster who mostly sticks to posting on Pat Buchanan columns at the end of the commenting cycle because he gets owned everywhere he offers his opinion, when he’s not muted that is.

    “A fact that many people hold an opinion which may not necessarily be true.”

    Which wasn’t the context of the statement at all.

    “You are going to have to define “normal” here.”

    Definition: “not you.”

    “The nation was created by way of jackbooting.”

    The nation was created by high IQ Europeans who took a primitive, underutilized land that would have never amounted to anything of note and transformed it into a land that put a man on the moon.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  90. anon[322] • Disclaimer says:

    “Actually, it is a quite remarkable document.”

    Lol. Great comeback. Total genius. /s

    “Besides, most Americans believe in it and the rule of law, even if our rights have been trampled upon people like yourself.”

    Aren’t you the guy who just ran your mouth about “widely held opinions” not necessarily being true? You can’t even keep your own nonsense straight in the same thread. And I’m not the one banning books on Amazon. Dangerous Leftists like yourself always project their desires onto others in order to justify their abuse.

    “Who are your people? What are your rights? Where do those rights come from? Who are your oppressors? You are being purposely vague here. Please clarify.”

    It is not necessary to clarify something that should be common sense.

    “LOL. Our nation was built by settlers and immigrants who fought Indians, brought over African slaves, and had conflicts amongst themselves for gimmedats and free stuff, all while trying to “oppress” one another in the process.”

    This guy runs his mouth about “remarkable” documents in one sentence and then trashes the country in the next.

    “OK, armchair warrior, please outline in detail what is your solution.”

    I just did. I wrote an entire essay on the subject, plus lots of other posts. Do you have reading comprehension problems? [yes – probably brain damage from tide pods or something]

    “ Furthermore, are you prepared to publicly advertise it, i.e. attaching your name to it?”

    1) I already answered that question. This guy can’t even remember what he’s responding to.
    2) You first armchair crusader. Somehow, I don’t think I’ll hold my breath.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @peterAUS
  91. anon[322] • Disclaimer says:

    “Assuming this system is destroying us.”

    Not really an assumption: endless wars, stagnant wage growth, record public debt, endemic corruption, soaring tuition costs, soaring suicide rate, terrible healthcare, ever expanding media monopolies, lower life expectancy and higher infant mortality…

    “LOL, no, the last sand pebble hit the bottom of the hourglass, Chicken Little. So, what are you prepared to do other than complain on a blog?”

    What are YOU doing other than complaining on a blog?

    “Yet, you find yourself mesmerized, as shown on your website, to be in awe of Jewish boobies. Do you have mommy issues?”

    What non-incel uses the words “boobies” and “mommy” together in an adult conversation?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  92. anon[332] • Disclaimer says:

    “And so what if his talk about IQ nationalism isn’t popular? It’s time for this country to grow up and have some adult conversations about such things.”

    That isn’t quite what I meant. By “unpopular” I meant not just the literal denotation but also “unproductive”. IQ nationalism isn’t something that will ever connect with normal people; they neither understand it nor do they care for it all that much. Taylor is a smart man, and so are many of his AR commenters. But most people are not smart or rational. Neither are they motivated by appeals to such faculties. Rather, most people are somewhat dull and motivated on a purely emotional basis. Thus, conservatives are easily tricked into blind allegiance to Conservative Inc. by rousing speeches denouncing the specter of “socialism”. That’s exactly why I think separatism has so much untapped potential. It can unite a broad range of people, both those motivated by emotionalism and the more rational IQ crowd. Exactly such an effort unified world Jewry. It’s now called Israel.

  93. Corvinus says:
    @anon

    “Don’t be thick. Almost all of those people were white Europeans.”

    Inferior white Europeans, according to WASPs.

    “The parallels are obvious to those of us who read books.”

    No, it is a desperate effort on your part to fit a square peg into a round hole.

    “Ironic coming from an anonymous internet poster who mostly sticks to posting on Pat Buchanan columns at the end of the commenting cycle because he gets owned everywhere he offers his opinion, when he’s not muted that is.

    LOL, you are an anonymous! As far as “getting owned”, every day that passes without you taking direct action against this “invasion” is one step closer to oblivion. So spare us your virtue sigaling and do something about it “Starship Trooper” style. Would you like to know more, citizen?

    “Definition: “not you.””

    That is not a definition. What you are doing here is essentially saying that anyone who opposes your line of thinking is other than normal. That is being subjective.

    “The nation was created by high IQ Europeans…”

    You mean high IQ WASPs. I didn’t realize so many Poles, Italians, and Slavs were part of this original nation building.

    “who took a primitive, underutilized land that would have never amounted to anything of note and transformed it into a land that put a man on the moon.”

    You mean who took thriving cultures and curb stomped them into submission. They were generally content with living their lives. You are assuming that the European (in reality, the WASP) way of life is THE standard for all human beings.

  94. Corvinus says:
    @anon

    “Not really an assumption: endless wars, stagnant wage growth, record public debt, endemic corruption, soaring tuition costs, soaring suicide rate, terrible healthcare, ever expanding media monopolies, lower life expectancy and higher infant mortality…”

    It’s not as bad as you think it is.

    “What are YOU doing other than complaining on a blog?”

    Commenting, not complaining. Big difference, Cochise.

    “What non-incel uses the words “boobies” and “mommy” together in an adult conversation?”

    Talk to Haxo Angmark and get back to us.

  95. peterAUS says:
    @anon

    I wrote an entire essay on the subject, plus lots of other posts.

    Would you be so kind as to point me to that essay, please?

    I got an impression you are onto the topic, so, a question and a suggestion, if I may:
    Question: have you been thinking about getting together a small think tank to make a feasibility study?
    Suggestion: talking, let alone debating with people who reject the idea is a waste of time and energy. “We” don’t have much of the former. Hehe…one could even get an impression that the opposition wants to make “us” talk with them, a lot. More we talk with them, while their shit is being done, less we focus on the real work. Bottom line, I’d suggest “talking” with people who are on your wavelength. Brainstorm. Exchange ideas, etc. Ignore the rest. Time and focus are getting important here.
    Just a thought, mind you.
    My take: the idea should be well thought out within next…say…..4 years. Should be available as a “Plan B”. Four years isn’t much time for that, ahm, “project”.
    PNAC, for example. How it was made, by whom, and how much time it took.
    This isn’t a game of egos on the Internet anymore.
    Or, well, it shouldn’t be.

  96. peterAUS says:
    @anon

    Further to my previous comment:
    You guys have already done that, once. You didn’t like the central authority, the King, and moved out into another space. Phase one.
    The King kept pushing; you didn’t like it. You went for independence. Phase two.

    As for focus, time and energy, I am sure that Founding Fathers spent quite some time debating with the opposition before they made a DECISION.
    After they decided, my impression is, they focused their effort into executing the idea. Spent time and energy in preparing the move.
    Etc.

    All you need to do is to repeat that. Hopefully, with a better long term outcome this time.
    With available accumulated knowledge and technology, shouldn’t be the problem.
    Shouldn’t, but it is, obviously.

    You, apparently, made your decision. Hopefully, a handful of VERY smart people did the same. All you need to do is to get together and, as I keep saying, make a feasibility study, first. Just that.
    A simple intellectual exercise. Nothing more. No need for anything, ahm, exciting.
    A lot of hard intellectual work which will produce a, rather large, DOCUMENT.

    As a very small starting step, perhaps, getting to the bottom of why an average Trump supporter rejects the idea of “self-determination”, wouldn’t be a bad idea. Etc.

    Hehe…no need to talk “guns”, to run around in “cammo” and similar bullshit.
    Just a…..simple…..feasibility study.
    Or…hehe…not so simple, looks like it.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  97. Art says:
    @Art

    Here is another Trump mistake – Coulter WAS a big election supporter.

    President Trump Hits Back Hard At TV Pundit Ann Coulter: “Wacky Nut Job”

    President Donald Trump has lashed out against media commentator Ann Coulter, the woman who once wrote a book lauding his 2016 campaign, calling her a “wacky nut job” for criticizing his approach to border control.

    President Donald Trump has lashed out against media commentator Ann Coulter, the woman who once wrote a book lauding his 2016 campaign, calling her a “wacky nut job” for criticizing his approach to border control.

    https://deadline.com/2019/03/president-trump-hits-back-hard-at-tv-pundit-ann-coulter-wacky-nut-job-1202572812/

    Will any personality support him in 2020??

  98. TTSSYF says:
    @peterAUS

    Do you think you might swing by the neighborhood and lend a hand?

  99. peterAUS says:

    Do you think you might swing by the neighborhood and lend a hand?

    You mean use modern modes of communication to land a hand? With pleasure.

    Do you think you could provide me with a contact? That guy (not a female, mind you) should be of a certain type, mind you. As I said, twice smarter and experienced than I am and working, himself, for a guy trice smarter and experienced than I am.
    You could start with how smart I am, for example:
    “Self-defense” subtopic of the study. A guy on the top should be of 2 star General type. The guy working for him should be a full Colonel type. See, I could be that third guy below him…like a little…little Major. O.K. stretch it to Lt. Colonel.

    So, assuming you are the “organizer”, well….all you need to do is to find the General. Just that. He’ll take from there. As in any project he’s done so far in his career.
    See….he knows guys, he offers them to participate, some of them accept. They, then, go for the level below. Simple. Well, can get a bit complicated re security but, no prob, the General will get a guy for that too.
    That’s for the subtopic.
    Other subtopics, like ECONOMY, for example, ah, well, you’d need an equivalent of that General. The same for politics. Ideology. All the stuff.

    Oh, BTW, that’s what I expected from Trump when he pulled the miracle. Or, something like that.
    He picks up, with his closest guys, BEFORE winning, the first layer. Goes from there. Ah, well….

    How does this sound to you?

  100. TTSSYF says:

    I’ll see what I can do. In the meantime, why don’t you seek out a contract? Nothing wrong with being a little proactive and making something happen.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  101. peterAUS says:
    @TTSSYF

    Assuming you are writing in good faith (bad experience….) a couple of pointers:

    I’ll see what I can do.

    I guess you are aware that you have to be CAREFUL
    And, for that subtopic I mentioned above, even a retired full National Guard Colonel wouldn’t be a bad starting point. But, nothing less and only for a startup, a basic outline.

    In the meantime, why don’t you seek out a contract? Nothing wrong with being a little proactive and making something happen.

    Well, unfortunately, doesn’t work that way in this game. Little guys like me, in such scenarios, get approached from the above, and not from the very top in the subtopic. Hehe…I know my place.
    Having said that, I can recognize who’s who two levels up.

    In this game, I could, maybe (been a while and getting old isn’t fun) organize a battle group from local guys. Or so I say. And, that’s way below the necessary level. You’d need somebody to organize a corps-sized outfit. At least.

    I’d venture outside and, just tossing thoughts:
    For the main guy, the leader of the “feasibility study team”, you’d need somebody of State Governor level or around, and up.
    For ideology and such…..a combination of experienced PhDs and genius type youngster talent.
    For guys to make sense of economic outlook CEOs of international level corporations.
    Legal team…just in case…..
    Etc…
    Oh, and last, but DEFINITELY not the least, before all those, you’d need a couple of guys from ….ahm….”those agencies” of SENIOR level. Hehe..I’d start with those, actually.
    One from “inside outfit” and one from “outside outfit” (to skip all those three letter words here).
    And, all those people above with deep roots and connections within that territory.Deep. Intimate.

    That’s how the thing was done several times before in some places anyway.
    I get that you guys just know you are exceptional. You definitely are, but not quite sure that applies for this very game. Maybe you’ll find some other way……..
    Still, feels just prudent to see what worked, and how, “overseas” and get your plan B put together. Call it..hehe…insurance policy. Just in case.

  102. TwistTie says:

    No. It’s over. There will be no wall. The invasion will continue. Chanting Build that Wall was fun while it lasted at Trump rallies but reality is…. ITS OVER.

  103. Olorin says:
    @Rational

    Judaists?

    Just two Catholic volags received the lion’s share of federal refugee resettlement dollars from 1996 to 2011.

    One of them (US Conference of Catholic Bishops) was founded with major organizing help from Saul Alinsky.

    The bishops and the faithful alike still consider that a matter of pride.

    Conservative Catholics overlook it, whistling with their ears plugged by their fingertips.

    See also:
    https://cis.org/Religious-Agencies-and-Refugee-Resettlement
    http://archive.is/SNmPS

    https://capitalresearch.org/article/refugee-resettlement-the-lucrative-business-of-serving-immigrants/
    http://archive.is/YzP1L

    • Replies: @Grace Poole
  104. @J. Gutierrez

    Yikes… the good old Hispanic inferiority complex shining through again. Yes, Anglos are the superior people on the North American continent.

  105. @Olorin

    Just two Catholic volags received the lion’s share of federal refugee resettlement dollars from 1996 to 2011.

    Say what??

    HIAS — Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society,
    TOTAL, 1996 to 2011 $122,906

    USCC — US Conference of Catholic Bishops
    TOTAL, 1996 to 2002 $2,702.3

    You said “two Catholic organizations,” so I initially assumed USCRI was a successor organization to USCC, since USCC grants STOPPED in 2002, and USCRI grants STARTED in 2003.

    But USCRI does not appear to be a specifically Catholic organization. It’s Board of Directors is secular, as is its staff. There does not appear to be linkage to the Catholic Church.

    Maybe I’m missing something; what TWO Catholic organizations are you talking about?

    Comparing apples :: apples, Jews took in 32 times the amount of federal grant money that Catholics did, 1996 – 2002.

    Looks like HIAS gobbled up the lion’s share; next closest appears to be International Committee of Red Cross (IRC) at $109,040.

    IF
    USCRI — US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants IS considered ‘successor’ to USCC, its
    Subtotal, 2003 – 2011 $6,416.1
    Making the combined USCC + USCRI
    TOTAL, 1996 to 2011 $9,118.4

    HIAS is 13.5 times that amount.

  106. APilgrim says:

    The USA needs defensible boundaries.

    Congress should get a clue.

  107. APilgrim says:

    ‘Hutchinson sends National Guard to Texas after boot from New Mexico’, Arkansas Times, Arkansas Blog, Posted By Max Brantley on Thu, Feb 7, 2019 at 4:13 PM, https://www.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/archives/2019/02/07/hutchinson-sends-national-guard-to-texas-after-boot-from-new-mexico

    Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has moved Arkansas National Guard members assigned to border security duty to Texas after New Mexico Governor Lujan Grisham ordered Guard troops out of her state. Hutchinson indicated he’s happy to participate in border security. He said he’d told the Guard to move to Texas “where they have additional security needs and are requesting our assistance.”

  108. Pat, when is trump going to register as an agent of a foreign country?

  109. @Corvinus

    What remains to be seen is if the 1920-1965 non-dynamic that stopped that first wave will repeat itself; else the Chicken Little scenario will come true, as the current wave of immigrants is not nearly as comparable to the earlier one. Doesn’t have to be a violent secession that happens now, as after all whites are still the majority; just gradually then suddenly changes and stressors will accumulate, as they have in recent years. Brazil is a more probable scenario; the difference is, American states can get very autonomous if they desire, they still do have some powers and some history of secessions… but at any rate, it is more probable that a strong (probably white-led but mixed) military will have to take over eventually to keep the white liberal elites (and neocon friends) in power.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  110. “white liberal elites (and neocon friends)…”???

    Sorry, but it’s more a case a of , “neocons and their foreign friends” (in the Middle East.)

    As for the present president who has totally sold out his office to this cabal…….

  111. Behold the true “invaders”:

    New book reveals Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s White House power plays, Air Force One demands – San Jose Mercury News, 12th March 2019

    No rules or regs stopping this crew – eh Pat?

  112. Corvinus says:
    @Disordered (with a bad memory)

    “What remains to be seen is if the 1920-1965 non-dynamic that stopped that first wave will repeat itself…”

    A Great Depression followed by a World War? Maybe. Then again, perhaps not.

    “as the current wave of immigrants is not nearly as comparable to the earlier one.”

    Quite comparable, actually, in terms of seeking political freedom and economic opportunity. Although, the WASPs were not too happy with Eastern and Southern European interlopers.

    “Brazil is a more probable scenario…”

    Extremely unlikely.

    “American states can get very autonomous if they desire, they still do have some powers and some history of secessions… but at any rate, it is more probable that a strong (probably white-led but mixed) military will have to take over eventually to keep the white liberal elites (and neocon friends) in power.”

    You have quite the active imagination. So can we expect you to lead the charge?

  113. No, “what remains to be seen” is if the president’s Oval-Office-as-Occupied-Territory continues to betray the interests of American citizens in favour of foreign ones.

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